> > The nice part is it has an varying number of arguments, and can
> > used within "sort". Very useful sometimes.
> With our CASE, you create a column using the CASE, then ODER BY on that
Not exactly, you have to create a column for this, and it will be in the select list. Oracle does not need this.
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